Media reports: Two Turkish soldiers killed in clash with Kurdish militants
Two Turkish soldiers died and two more were wounded in a clash with Kurdish militants in a rural area of southeast Turkey near the Iraqi border on Friday, Reuters agency reported.
The military later said six militants from the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) had been "neutralized" in the ensuing operation in the region, which it said was still underway.
According to the sourse, the firefight occurred in the Uludere district of Sirnak province, a military statement said.
To remind, the latest violence followed a week of clashes between the Turkish military and PKK militants in which more than 45 PKK fighters have been killed.
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